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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr Independent Weekly With StrMiK Staff of Kdltoni and Cur Devoted to tho reIII TjjE CAnInterests of Knttrnt at Illt Pottofflet daM mnUmnlltr at Beam Ay nt wornI 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL VOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 IflOl Fifty seats n year NO2 IDEAS Truth Is truth to tho end of reckon ing Shaketpcarc A fool must now and then ho right by clmncoCowperIlls that wo Rwnllow truth wo must food upon ItCole ridge I often regret that I have spoken never that I Imvo boon flilont 1iib ills Synis Quotation air is n good thing there Is n community of mind in it Dr Johnson TAKE HOTICE Row handing R Hognn will preach nt Parks Schoolhouse Saturday night nt early lump light nod at Kirby Knob Church Sunday nt Iln in Wo aro republishing this week the opening chapter of our Nw SERIAL EiiwAHD BLAKE COLLEOK STUDENT no that all our Now Stibscril c rH may have tho beginning of tho story Knee your Payne and preserve tho splendid story FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Chinese Imvo agreed to pay Germany 20000 Mexican dollars in demnity on missionaries at Swntow Germany expresses tho hope that anarchist brooding grounds in tho United States will bo clos d to European fugitives The Spectator London Eng says President Roosevelt is n man who known what ho morns and who means that tho world shall know it also Gen Wood dining a recent visit to Santiago purchased for tho U S Government tho battlefield of San Juan in all about 200 acres IK OUR OWN COUNTRY Mayor Low of Greater Now York in under pledge to give every child o school age an opportunity to go to school Rev Dr R A Terror pastor o Moody Church In Chicago has been given a years leave of absence and will spend tho year in Australia According to tho cminus of 1000 tho manufacturing industries of Chicago have Increased siuco 1810 92fi jwr rent anti in tho stale of Illinois 87 per cent According to an estimate made by Brudstreetri Commercial Agency a man could purchase supplies for n year last July for about 507 At thu present time Iho saute stock would ea stThoAttonneyOeneralof Minnesota has derided that under tho State constitution the Lords Prayer cannot Iw used In the public schools Sec 1C Art 1 of tho Stale constitution roads Nor shall any man bo con pellet to erect attend or support an place of worbhiL- According to tho United States D partment of Education wo have G21I colleges and universities and 13 tech nical schools Thin total value of tho property possessed by higher institu tions of learning in this country i 112831351 I an increase of 531000 000 for the proceeding year Tho endowment fund is 1151120190 Tho total income exclusive of benefac tions of tho inbtitutions is 27739151 COMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY Over 500000 was paid into tho State Treasury Thursday Doc 5 by sheriffs 0 M Gaines of near Petersburg Boone County has discovered oil iu paying quantities it is thought- A Chicago syndicate has secured an option on tho properties of tho Dints Eyo Coal Company of Whitloy County for 5250000 Tho Blue Grass Consolidated Trac tion Company with a capital stock of 7000000 filed articles of incorporation last week and paid into tho Stale Treasury 7000 organization tax A J Snail wanted to attend n par ty but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach which ho oaredwould grow worse Ho says I was tolling my troubles to a lady friend who said Camh rains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for tho party I bought n bottle and take pleasure In stating that two doses cured mo and enabled mo to havo a good timo at the party Mr Snell is a resident of Summer lull N Y This remedy is for silo by S E Welch Jr THE SHOP HOUSEBUILDING To tho young carpenter tho building of his first house is a serious mat ter It certainly does involve many timings which nro often neglected and many houses aro therefore damp in convenient or otherwise undesirable I propose to give directions to tho Ixwt of my ability that will enable any young man of average intelli gence and mechanical taste to build a mouse that will ho comfortable and convenient A house containing a bedroom Mx 11 It sitting room Iblt ft and kitchen 12x12 ft on tholower floor a hack porch 8x21 ft a front porch 8x35 ft not shown on floor plan and attic above may bo built by fol hillthis isfset it anyway or anywhere that in placefDo not build in a hollow as it will often Iw imoisiblo to keep away from tho moisture and thero is apt to Ira stagnant water near A rank growth of woods and boggy places brood malaria and mosquitoes A house in tho midst of a grove is apt to bo damp A house built on a side hill should bo graded above it M to divide tho flow of surface water A house should ho placed cornerwuys to tho prevailing winds and n group of tall trees near the houso is apt to cause tho chimneys to smoke A light sandy soil is boiler that a clay soil or rocky place A house UJXMI n rise the land fall ing away from it in every direction is an ideal location generally unless there are objectionable surroundings sillsy8 in tho ground as tho Stoneapiers 10 iu or 12 In square should ho used in preference to wooden posts whore Ioutlhlond at any rate they should ho sunk below tho frost lino loRcated carefully at just the right places to support tho corners of tho sills and tho places where tho parti ions rest on tho sills about 9 ft apart under tho outside walls Bo sure that the piers are set perfectly square and level with each other ouI top Wo are now ready for tho lum ber Tho bill of which is as follows SILLS Twelve 2x8 in fl ft in four 2x8 in 9 ft six 2x8 in 12FtFLOOR JOISTS Forty 2x8 in 14 ft twelve 2x8 in 12 ft placed 20 in to centers headers for floor joists at stairs 2d floor may bo cut from ends of tho 11foot floor joists RAFTBUS Forty 2x1 in 12 ft nirrlitnmi 2x4 in 10 ft two 2x4 in 15 ft valley rafters LEWIES AND PLATES Twelve 2x1 in 11 ft ten 2x1 in 12 foot 500 foot of 1x1 in for bridping collar beams etc PORCH lACK Ton 2x6 in 12foot sills anti floor joists fivo 2x6 in 8 foot sills and floor joists seventeen 2x l In 12 foot rafters and platos roughflooringThin It the tilth or a torles ol paper Mr Clio A King of IleroA College upon tho teaching of mechanic Tho next paper will continue the lubjortof HousebuHillng Ed It Girdles Tho Globe Tho fame of Bucklous Arnica Salvo as the best in tho world extends porCectheolorSores Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons EruptionsOnlyat all drugstores u WILLIAM McKINLEY Ill Life and Work by the Memorial rutillMiIni Amnrlnlliin Wo have made clubbing arrange incubi with Tho Chicago Inter Ocean for tho salo with that paper and ours of ono of the best memorial volumes issued containing tho life of our lato lamented President William McKiu loyTho writer of tho same was a life long friend of his a comrade in arms his associate in Congress was by his skin boforo ho closed his oyes in death and attended the funeral obse quits at Buffalo Washington and Canton Ohio Tho Inter Ocean has secured this work which makes a goodsized octa vo volume OJxlO inches containing nearly 600 pages of matter and finely illustrated with nearly 200 copper plato pictures all printed on tho bOlt book paper and bound in a most sub stantial manner In a finely illustrated embossed cover of cloth As stated above we had several memorial volumes presented to us and made tho selection of this ono from tho entire list It is tho deter mination of this paper to givo its roadors tho Lost tho market affords We have mado arrangements with Tho Inter Ocean to club tho same with our paper and tho volume can bo secured by our readers in addition to tho clubbing rate at the nominal price of 75 cents and 22 cents additional for postage Tho volume will soil in any bookstore readily for 160 a copy Send us your order at once before tho edition is exhausted NEW LYCEUM COURSE That the readers of TUB CITIZEN may know that a Lyceum Course is being provided for tho people of Be ron and vicinity as in recent years tho names and dates of entertainers are given thus early in tho year It will bo observed that four of tho five como during tho winter torm and tho other very early in tho spring term All but ouo are now to this place and no apology is needed for opening tho course with so charming an enter tanner as Mrs Beecher Nights havo boon secured which do not conflict with other important gatherings It is hoped our friends will avoid making other for those dates Tho following is tho schedule OorgblllBeechor Sat Jan IIllou Wm II San dora Mon Fob toAils Katharine Eggleston Wod Fob 2GKeno B Wolboiim Sat Mar 22 Ralph Parletto Tho first of tho above though not voice when hero hefore was adjudged one of tho most entertain ing renders who over visitod Heron Tho second in recommended as n locturo full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful ono quonco cnptivatlshorTho fourth tins gained a national reputation for his discoveries in who popularillustration The fifth is n humorist of humorists Isis lectures contain nuggets of tho solid gold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and fun and satire Singlo admission to each entertainment 25 cents season tickets 5100 Children under 12 years 16 Lents and GO cents L V DODGE n IAre You In Doubt As to tho thing to give at ChriHtinoRT Thou you invent seen the Lovely Things hroughtto Holiday Buyers Whatever your tnslo or fancy or whatever tho length of your purse wo can moot your needs if you have iu mind to givo Jewelry The Christmas Turkey would be better reconciled to his fate if ho knew ho was to bo dismembered by one of those superb Carvers and that husband of yours would more fully appreciate tho well wishes MorryChrIBtmns till bo best of its kind at tho price T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men unit women ol Rood nddrct to rrpretrnt lotlocalglary cunranUvi yearly extra renal atone and ealabmehelbonato lIfe plMNint permanent portion and liber Income New lirlllliut llnet Write at once HTAKFUKU JKKSS 49 Church St New llnvrn Conn a ttrrrountyJllfAbleweeklyses ade definite Misty no rom mlwlon ulary paid inch Saturday and expeiiM STANDARDIIOUSdBSI Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our f iris should keLp up Collegoisof fireside industry which may bring manyhomos Wo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans GO cents linsey HO coats wellmatched bed coverlets f4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashionedl indigo preferred For information JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Boron Kv A New One A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by Anpatcnt appliances that produce an Absolutely Accurate LikenessOil Fin = wo found out what they were wo knew our hWhen would want thorn nUll wo have arranged to 1U a limited number as gifts to our now anti old customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from any Portrait photograph or tintype FREEABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE Our offer is ono bust free as soon as you trade amount represented on tickets being distributed hy our solicitors who will call for your photographs and got full directions for making the sauna Lady dont fail to ask for coupons upon making each purchase thoy cost you nothi- ngBICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky HEAVY HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS DRY GOODS CLOTHING ETC COME AND SEE THE SPECIMEN PORTRAITS AT OUR STORE I WE HELP YOUNG MEN START IN LIFE By selling thorn highgrade clothing at extremely mod erate vost appiirol that meets all Uio demands of men of taste and fashion yet reasonable enough in price to plenso tho most economically inclined Fine Fashionable Suits 10 Good Reliable Suits S AND AND Patterns and styles to suit every taste and sizes tofltfavery form the tall tho short tho fat the loan and a tailor ready to improve tho fit when necessary COVINGTON BANKS y Richmond Kv T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate A Soecllh DR M E JONES tc Dentist tOffice MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Moot Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SensonI BETTER 73 66 Three Years in sots of tooth that have boon mado at my office if there is one set or any pets that show any defects I will make a now sot free Wo are making the best set of teeth in the for 750 and if show in Ive years we give you a new qel free This applies to all the teeth have mado or am going to tho best fills in the at 75 cents HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Building next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty Than any company doing usintss a he State u Those socking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention C E SMOOT Pros S M Sec S Gen Mgr J S CRUTCH EK Capital Stock S1OOOO IHOME OFFICE RichmondAnd delects RESERVEIother TUIIOR RICHMOND KY Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Wo sell you in n way to us your Future and that of your friends For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches and Bedioom tFurniturecomfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone 1novE mtlOw world make alloy world DR Bit Trcas bring Trade JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 sssss ssssssssssssssss r Fall and Winternnw1 WE ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for ANTICIPATE in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnishing Goods We have ANTICIPATED your wants and arc ready to supply them from a large and complete stocK Mons and Boys Shoos Hoavy Boots Bootoos Folt and Rubbor Boots Underwear Nookwoar Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrollas Rain Coats You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICE and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all 1 DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 West shale Street RICHMOND KY Mr Geo W Pow is our BpREA AGENT and has a pine of our samples Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond r THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY Sprclnl Notice tn Our Krnilrr Thlt paper la on flic at the oflioe of Tim Chi- o tutor IWwn lufiIW110 st Monroe Slre t fliicHRo where our itmlcrs will be courteously Kifeiwl who inny euro to call upon Tho Inter iicrmi for a tour of Inspection and sightseeing through its BiRRiiiflcent building In which ran be found vrrry mechanical nnd scientific 1m provement of the age In connection with the nreill of n grout newspaper It In n rare trent to any one Interested In the subject and should be la1 en advantage of LIVE STOCK ORDINANCE TilE HOARD OF TRUSTEES OF TilE TOWN OF BEREA DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS- I No keeper or owner of any horse hog or goat kind shall suITor or permit tho same to bo at largo on tho public streets or alloys of Boron II It shall bo tho duty of tho Marshal or any Deputy Marshal to tako into custody any animal of the horse hog or goat kind found running at largo on the highways or in any private enclosures not bolonging to the owner or keeper thereof and place tho same in tho Town Pound or other secure place which shall bo designated by the Board of Trustees and properly feed and care for it The Marshal shall immediatoly notify tho owner if known III If the owner shall appear within ten days ho shall pay the penalty of Fifty Cents for the first animal and Ten Cents for each ad ditional animal belonging to the same owner which fee shall go to the Mar shal for making tho seizure The owner shall also pay Ton Cents per day for the keeping of hogs or goats Twentyfive Cents per day for the keeping of horses Twentyfive Cents for notification Twentyfive Cents for the posting of notices provided these expenses shall have been incurred On tho payment of those charges and not before ho shall receive back his stockIV If the owner or keeper of any of the abovementioned animals does not appear within ten days and take possession of his stock by tho pay ment of all costs the Marshal shall immediately report said animals to the Police Judge who shall enter a warning upon his record describing tho animals and warning tho owner thereof or keeper to appear within ten days from the date of the order and by posting public notices in four or more public places in the town giving description of the animals un claimed If within ten days the owner or keeper of such animals shall appear and claim thorn tho Judge shall order them delivered tc him by payment of costs in which case tho costs of impounding fending adver tising and notifying the parties shall be recorded as a part of the costs in proceeding against the said owner or keeperV If within the ten days no ono shall claim said animals the Judge may order same to be sold and pay ment of costs made from proceeds of sale Five days notice shall be given of tho time and place of said sale byI posting notices in four or more public places in the town giving description of the animals to bo sold In the event that any animal shall be soldI under this article for more thanI enough to pay tho costs of tho pro ceedings against same tho excess shall bo deposited for the benefit of the owner who at any time within threo months may demand that it be paid over to him If no one appears and demands said money within threo months it shall bo adjudged forfeited to the town VI Any person owning or renting and occupying a lot in Berea may seize any animal of tho horso hog or goat kind and place it in the custody of tho Marshal in case any animal of the horse hog or goat kind shall bo found at largo on his lot or in thoI highway adjacent But when this is done tho fee for seizure shall go to the Marshal who shall proceed in tho same manner as if ho had seized the animal himself VII Any person who shall take from tho lawful custody of tho Marshal or Deputy Marshal any animal specified in Sec II without the pay ment of fees as set out in Sec III shrill be fined not less than two nor more titan ten dollars VIII This law becomes effective on Monday October 21 1901 SI ChairmanSI YOUR POSTMASTERIs agent for TUB CITIZEN Give him FIFTY CENTS and he will send it to us and wo will send you Tho Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you ever read ono each week for a year LOCAL AND PERSONAL Goo W Pow is sick at tho hospital John Haley of Montana is visiting relatives hero Roc T P Wyatt has moved to his now house near tho depot Mrs Gus Stewart of Wildio is visiting Mrs Dr Davis Miss Laura Crayons has boon to Lexington on a visit to her brother Misses Almy Smith anti Himrod wont to Lexington Saturday visiting friends Blevins Allen is homo from Dory Clay County whore ho has boon teachingMiss Caldwoll former student at Borea died Wednesday of lon sumptionMrs S Beggs neo Miss Helen C Putnam is here on a visit to her mother Jackson County never sent half as many young people to Boron aa are coming this winter Edwin S Foe of Clarksburg Ind is here on a visit to his sister Mrs Laura Foe Embreo Brother Dodwell has been confined to his bed with articular rheumatism but is out on crutches Miss Mary C Jacobs of Murfrees boro Tem has returned to resume her studies at the College Mr and Mrs Churchill Johnson of Lexington were the guests of Mr and Mrs Stigall recently The preacher for Sunday night December 2J will be Prof Henry Churchill King DD of Oborlin O It almost seems that there are more Owsley County young people in Berea than in Owsley County itself this winter Rev Robt Brannaman onto a student of Boron died Wednesday after a lingering illness Burial was at cemeteryMr Hayes on Jackson St has enlarged his house and will ho able to accomodate roomers and boarders this winter Baptist Church Sunday Dec lf morning subject Close Communion night Future Destiny of tho Heathen Rev H F Aulick pastor Messrs Johnson Washington andI Gentry of Lexington have boon on a visit hero among friends and enjoying a successful hunt for game Brother Hogan was at Oak Hill Sunday morning and reports a good attendance anti fine attention Bro Hogan says he enjoyed himself fine ly Chas W Johnston of Huntsburg 0 writes of the arrival in our home Dec 5 1901 of Charles Henry Settle Johnston weight ten pounds Mother and boy are doing woll Take notice that tho first of the now College preaching sorvices for Sunday nights will be held next Sunday Thero will bo reserved seats for citizens both in body of tho house and in the gallery Every room in the College buildings has boon taken or engaged includ ing the now buildings Provision will bo made however for students who are still to como in Besides this the College has bought tho large residence property of Mr I C Davis on Prospect Street anti will fit it up so as to furnish rooms for as many as thirty young men MADISON COUNTY The teachers of tho County will receive another installment of wages due next Monday The Ladies of tho Baptist Church- at Richmond will hold a bazaar on Monday Dec 23 Brock Munday charged with tho murder of Wm Callahan of Clay County last March was acquitted Circuit Court has adjourned but little business was done because of the inconyience attending holding court in Masonic Hall Tomorrow and Saturday tho Lad ies Guild of tho Episcopal Church Richmond will hold their annual sale of fancy work dolls etc for Christmas time Last Thursday in tho Circuit Court Wm Young 19 years old was sentenced to tho penitentiary for 8 years for bigamy Young hails CromI Jackson countyIJohn Wollon Willis Thornton and Wm Toles colored boys of Lexing ton ago 10 to 19 years were sent to the penitentiary for two years for breaking into the store of Charles Elytho at Peytontowu last summer There illlie noueoa ion of Y M C A workers in session tomor row Saturday and Sunday in Rich month to plan for the inauguration of tho Y M C A in that city Every Christian worker interested is invited to take part in the convention Free entertainment will bo provided Representative Gilbert has troduced a hill appropriating S2r to complete the Government building in this city Tho court room is not yet finished and it makes it very in convenient and cramped for the sessions of tho Federal Court Pall layrzphCOLLEOE ITEMS Every student should subscribe for TUG CITIZEN mud send it to his home Tho Literary Societies hold thoir first meetings to morrow Friday night The now building on Prospect St which will be used for boys r ones this winter is unman Boone Cottage The Christian Endeavor social on Tuesday night was well attended and many new friendship were formed there Many now students have rondo most heroic records in getting to B ten riding old walking long ills tances nod overcoming great ob staclesTho large resilience opposite Boone Cottage has been purchased from Mr I C Davis nnd will also he used for boys rooms The building hits not yet heal named Tho now boarding house whiuh for tho winter has been largely pro empted by girls from Purr and adjoining counties is to be named the Gilbert Coltago in ironer of Mish Katharine Gilbert who wits a teacher here for twontvsevnn yours The attendance is decidedly larger than over before for tho Winter Term and there are more stuijontH who nro planning to take full courses in the Normal Department till Applied Science and tho College courses E Guy Tankersley n former student at Berea now at Galveston Tex sends his renewal to Tug CITI ZEN also tho anus of a now subscri her Ho says Tun CITIZEN Rooms to be the only connecting link which holds my heart and thoughts to Berea Long livo Berea College I am looking forward to a continuance of student lifo at Borea cold trust tho time is not so very far away Kindest regards to all friends LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BHTW- KItNLouisville and St Louis Parlor Cars on Diy Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates und further Information address L J IRWIN a p LOUISVILLE Ky CIIAMIlKIllAlVS STOMACH ANII IIVKK TA1IIHT8 Try them When you fool dull aftor eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste in tho mouthWhen your liver is torpid When your bowels are pnnslipated When you have a hcadacho When you reel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels For sale by S E Welch Jr FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH The most complete outfit of fine blacksmith tools to ho found in Central Kentucky Call on or address Bick nell Early Berea Ky RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genie Gtrnnrd Prom Ilse TrnrhlnKi of All Doiioiitliialliinn- Iluinnn brotherhood Is a Christian Ideal Her J K Ilrcnnnn Kiilseo imllnn St Louis Show Your ItrllKlunI- lullRlon that Is not nppllcil In everyday life Is unworthy to bo called ro MnetrtlnlrD00aud11IIi Not to will what Gad wllloth thnt Is tho solo Cituso of nil riiil suffering and misery In tilt universe Itov Dr Thnmns Itllcn Kplscoimllim Cnzo novln N ConlfOet From the tlrml And the dead What greater tribute what greater rewnrtl could they liuvo than tin consciousness that to remem ber thuni brings comfort Rov M Krauskopf llolirow Now York Olillunllon The notion KometlmeH prevails thnt tho higher ones position the further ho Is removed from the burden of work otto If the nine recognise Ida obligation to God to ids fellows Her Dr John R Carson Presbyterian llrooklyn lied Place Wo cannot serve two masters ICIthcr we love God with nil our soul and heart and mind or we give our whole heart ninth soul and mind to serve Inn ture and Gal has hilt the second plneo Itev Joseph L Klrlln Itonmn Catho lic lrankford Pa Out of the must If I could lift the starry curtain of the morning of the future out of the toiiguiloss silence of the dreamlesH dust would come lisnons of duty as night brings out stars as sorrows show us truth Hev Dr J Henry Htnythe Methodist Philadelphia limes n Motlvr In Life A man without motives Is a clphor Motives are the significant figures tluit give magnitude and direct Ion to human life Life Is Homethlng more than a summer afternoon a merry go round of pleasure Hev Dr Daniel Dorchester Jr Methodist St Louis finds Hook From heaven must have como this book which reveals Gods existence disclose Gods plan records Gods deeds and presents the brightest exposition and subllmest proof of his match less wlstlom mad Infinite loveItev Dr Kerr lioyco iupper Ilaptlst Phlladcl phlu A Christie Church A Chrlstless church Is a Mind used ruin of a church It may tare beauti ful architecture Intellectual sermons splendid music well deemed crowd material wealth but a riirlll church Is a lour blind uielew thing to God nod humanity Hev C J Hall Peoples Tabernacle Denver A Good Cough Medicine llVum TV OmeUe TbnoMMhi AialnMa I find Glmnihtirlniu8 Coil Homo dy is nil excellent medicine I have been suffering from n severe roughI for the last two months anti it has effected u euro have grunt pleasure in recommending it11 C WOCKNKR Tills is tho opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents amid has boon voluntarily given in good faith that others may try tho remedy ninth bo hcncfittcd ns was Mr Wockncr This remedy RoM by Sg Welch Jr This Years Dimes Are Next Years Dollars n nm u A dime invested in Life Insurance will yield more satisfactory results than a dime in vested in a cigar A dime a day invested in policywith The Mutual Life Insurance CompanyOf will give your widow and orphans a THOUSAND youbetternecessary to get the insurance Callor write immediately c IIKOK Jr SporUI Agent Slate IllilifItlrliiiHincI W tgnntJlereaHITCH toy Blown To Atoms Tho old idea that tho holy sometimes needs a powerful drastic purga Live pill has been exploded for Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills which are tier fectly harmless gently stimulate liv or and bowels to oxpal poisonous mat ter cleanse the system anti absolute ly cure Constipation old Sick Head ache Only 25c at all drugstores HIS MAIDEN MESSAGE President Roosevelt to the Con gress of the United States MANY PUBLIC QUCSTIONS AIRHI Trusty TurlfT nod Kerlprtirlty thin Curroiiry t Aimrililstn hiNiilur AllUIrs and Other Miitlrrn lrcoly Dlneiiiweil roiiiprilunilvc Itcvlew of the Shinto Doeuineiit Washington Dec 4 In hU Jim niewwge to congrsis President Hooie volt refers nt once to tine nSlllUlllla- lion of President McKlnley while at tending thu PanAmerican exiwilton at Iluffnlo by an nnnrchlit The al imtnln Is denounced ni an utterly do prnvml criminal belonging to that body of criminals who object to all governments god and bad alike who are against any loran of popular lib orty It It Is guaranteed by even the governments good and bad alike who are ae hostile to the upright exponent of a free pnonloi Itttr will as to the tyrannical and Irrwpoiulble deipot An eulogy of McKinley follows otter which the president recommend that congress take Into consideration and exercise Its discretion concerning the coming of anarchUU to this country On the subject of trusts It Is insert ud that Industrial changes have to enormously increased that old laws and old euitwiu are no longer suttl clent Time president says the creation of great corporate fortunes has not- blHlll due to the tariff or any other governmental action hat to natural caue In Ute buclne world lie de- clAre It is not true that the rich hove grown richer and the poor grown poorer but that on the contrary the wagvworker farmer ned email trader has never etn to well off nl in thl country at the present time He Says there are many reasons for caution In dealing with corporation and In deal Ing with Industrial combination till Ort esaennnl Is publicity to require truthful representation si to value of property of corporaUona engaged In Interstate commerce He recommend a federal law to enable the national government to exercise control of such corporations and suggests that If congress boners It lacks constitu tional power w to legislate an amend ment to the constitution to that Hd besubmittedAmong recommendations are the following That the census otHce be made a permanent bureau xtea lIon of civil iervlce extenalon of the rural free delivery of mall a cabinet officer to be known the secretary of commerce and Industries the reen actment of the Chinese exclusion act and prohibition of night work by women and children Aa to labor unions the president says they have accom pitched and will accomplish muck torthouRlttItheir own rights with law abldtug re spect for the rights of other He says there must also In many cans be action by the government to sate guard the rights nail interests of nil Tariff and Reciprocity As to the tariff congreea la advised against general tariff changes that would disturb the iiuslnee Interests of the country but reciprocity II ad wetted lie says reelproclty must bo treated as tho handmaiden of protection Special attention la railed to the need for wider markets and the senate is reminded of pending reel procity trestles submitted by his pre decessor The condition of the merchant ma- rino Is declared to be suck as to call for remedial action and the ship sub approve1I the president declares the act establishing the gold standard was timely and judicious and attention Is called to needs for better safeguards against commercial crises and financial panics and adds that the currency of the country should be made responsive to our do medic trails and commerce Dealing with Insular questions the president favors continuing the pres ont Insular policy the development of Hawaii reduction of tariff on Cuban reports Into the United States con struction of the Pacific cable grant government franchisee In the Philip pines legislation concerning public lands In Porto Illco It Is claimed Porto Rico was never before so pros perous Mention Is made of progress toward establishing Independent gov ernment In Cuba- Construction of the Isthmian canal Is recommended and the senate Is urged to ratify tho new HayPaunce tote treaty The Monroe doctrine Is reiterated as the cardinal American policy A larger navy Is declared necessary but It Is considered that the army Is adequate The militia law Is declared obsolete anti worthless and legislation for Its betterment suggested Fatal Gas Explosion Parkersburg W Va Dec 9Anatural gas explosion at tho homo of David Yager on Sand Fork Lewis county destroyed tho house and ovary thing In It burned ono of Mr Vagorn children to death fatally burned an other and Injured Mrs Vagor so that she will probably loso both eyes Tho explosion was caused by a valvo breaking lotting tho full pressure of gas Into tho house A lighted match did tho rest Terrific Doller Explosion Bedford Ind Dec 9In a bailor explosion nt a sawmill near Yellowstone Marlon Lutz Pary Mitchell and Ellis Henderson woro Instantly killed Six other persons wore Injured some seriously Lutz was blown to atoms whllo Mitchell and Handurson woro terribly scalded and cut by flying do bris They wore dead when picked up MltS DALE FRIG Coroners Jury Kinds Her Child1- Dentil Was Arrlilrnlal Hoboken N J Doc 10A verdict of accidental death from poisoning was rendered by tho coroners Jury that Investigated tho death of little Kmollne Dale tho child of Elizabeth lIowA Dalo Ten wltncsjas wuro uxatnlkfd The witness who cleared Mrs Dale was Mr Millings a commer clal traveler Ho occupied a room ad joining Mrs Dales at tho hotel tho night the child died and ho related how he bad hoard moats and screams of a child In tho noxt room Shortly afterward ho heard a womans voice Inquiring sleepily Kmtillno whats tho matter Have you had a bad dream The child grow quiet Soon afterward n began to scream again and the woman then seemed to got excited and Hillings heard her ask the child Dill you cat any of those tablets Tire child finally sold nto some of that candy Tho jury at once found that Hmollne died after having accidentally eaten strychnine tablets WreckedI Geor- Gia passenger train on route front Sa vannah to Atlanta was wrecked as It entered Maron Ono person was killed and 20 Injured Tho train had just crossed the rlvor when It jumped a switch on top of a high embankment the engine and tender parting from the train There wero 100 passengers os board and It seems a miracle that no more were hurt The baggage and express cars wero thrown down tho embankment and burned Th second class coach was thrown upon its side and also burned Tho firstclass coach fell over the embankment and tint At lanta sleeper tilled with passengers caught Ort and was destroyed Two sleepers were saved The ruerabrfc of the Waltvr Mains circus were aboard The only person kilted was Julia Iloynton of Columbus da Riddled His Family Weir City Ian Dec 6 Homalne Taubaux while Intoxicated shot and fatally wounded his wife and son Qlrard and seriously wounded two other ions at him hurne In this city He hind Just returned from a neigh bars house where a crowd tad liNen celebrating St llarbatas day He threatened to kill the whole fatally and was about to shoot Iris wife with a shotgun whII his son Olrard ap peared also armed with a shotgun The son shot at his father but mlseed him and before the toy could tlru again be received a charge of shot In the left side The elder Taubaux then commenced shooting at everybody In sight lUll wife received a charge of shot In the right shoulder which tore It away his son Emil bad a hand shot off and another son was badly wounded Reform In Doer Camps Ixmdon Dec 10Lord Onslow par liamentary secretary of the colonial office while speaking at Crewe an nounced that the concentration camps In South Africa had now been placed under the control of tho civil authori ties that no pains or expense would be spared to place them In the health leal poMlble condition and that those conceutradoe who wished to go to the coast would be freely permitted to do so hard Onslow added that the larger concentration camps were boo ing broken up Into smaller ones of from 2090 to 3000 persons each and that If tile government found matter did not Improve In the future they would not hesitate to turn to tho ex perience which has been gained In India In dealing with the plnguo Starch Plant Consumed Dee Modus Dec CFire was dis covered IB the National Starch Man ufacturing companys plant In the southeastern part of this city ono of the largest plant of lei kind In the world Lack of water prevented tho fire department from accomplishing much except to keep tine Ore from spreading to the adjacent property The lire burned for several hours and the plant WU entirely destroyed with the exception of tho grain elevator and engine house Tho loss on build lug and contents Is estimated at about 1200000 Droke Through the Ice Ottawa Ont Dec 7Muss Resale Blair slaughter of lion A a Illalr minister of railways and canals and Mr IL A harper assistant editor of The Labor Gazette were drowned In tho Ottawa rIver They wero at a private skating party and getting sop r arated a little distance from tho nth ers broke thror h the Ice at a point where the river Is swift Mr Creel man a bank clork was rescued In an unconscious condition He broke through the Ice while trying to assist Harper and Miss Blair Family Caught In a Fire Plttaburg Dec 7Two persons weru burned to death and seven In jured In a tire at Carnegie The dead are Mrs Harsh Klee 43 and Mary Klee her 3yearold daughter Tho Injured are Samuel Kleo and chil dren Ida 20 Anna 17 Rachel 14 Eva 10 Jenny 6 and Harry 4 Tho ihousefront being a grocery kept by Kleo and the rest of tho house being occu pled by the family It was entirely destroyed Tobacco Warehouse Durned Danville Va Dec 7Flro here de stroyed tho plant of John E Hughes Co and Browns storage warehouse with contents Both houses were filled with loaf tobacco The storage warehouse contained pounds of leaf tobacco belonging to tho American Tobacco company Dlbbrel Brothers leaf plant and Danner warehouse and a dwelling were slightly damaged Tho tbtal loss will exceed 130000 exclusive of the advance In the price of tobacco since purchased THE CITIZEN OFKKUH to old Rfd now subscribers Tho Chicago Wookly Intor Ocoan a yoar and Tho CltI zon 50 coats 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chlldron to school BUY AND BUILDTreamiror Qahorno has Horornl fine building loLtI in different parts of the town for Bale cheap to persons whodosiro to build anti make ahomo In Heron Tilt SUNDAY SCHOOL LEMON XI FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES DEC 15 Test ill tin Lemon Rt sal 117 Memory terr II It Uoliliu Tots I nor v Coiiiiiiriilnr Irppnrnl fir the llrv II M Strlinin Uapr1a111011 bj Anwrkan Itrm nrlillonl theIOres iiiiintli of lha your to you Thin spoke the Iinl to Aaron hi tho Imiil of KiOpt hi ootiiuctlmi with till fend of tho liiMori It wan the month Alilh and the Mvfiith mouth of their dull yiiir lint litcmnc tame till time till first month of IIIlr wvml year It tho iiHiloriol roleuiiitliHi iiiunth and tho UritiniiiK of thHr viUtviuv an a ritlwm til pogde auto Qal SH with every no ilirimil Mad lie tlnio of now hlrth bedt lath taw Hull who hath life I John r l Iyr login In live only when we mine under tht ulioltvr of that iircclotM blood Uvory moon uceonlini to hlu calf ItiK oltall make your mesas for till Inrah tenttIHXIM nnlvw Ilitt hoilMlKil ihoulil roTi llttl to eat the Ininh thou the next lielnhlwr waN to be Included nn fur as neowary that each Imuli mlKlit bo eaten When they mllieml JIll inaiinn for their dully foot they ilM w on the name grin ciple every man ammlliiR to liU rat INC Mime mort Home les IICx 17 While reilpmptlitii U by till Uoni uf the Ijiiiib It nil Important to abun dance of life to eat the IsniK fur II Hlinwlf Mhl He that enteth Me cveii ho shall live by Me John vl r7i- B IL Yonr lamb Khali IK wltlxiiit biome Ila11H phyilcal tierfertliHi of the sill teal fine typicalof the alnwltile perfec tint of the atilltyip the lAm ot nod our IaMuirer ti Cor v 71 COIJIIIIINi Lev xxll 1021 Drat nil also Nun cuurernliiK the naorlflro u t the roil heifer without ryot aixl without Meinbh all tyilral of IBm who was holy liartnlotM ntMlrfllil ami M taralo tnn inpertlir lAm of HoI without Worn Uti and without tat lllrb fit ail I let erteeeweakmva IN Him cad ereti when Ho Bird He erlod with a loud vole He cavo Ills lift tilt He rnkl n imr taklh it from Me John x IS The four day that they kept the lamb Ia Murmtive u the IKKI yean fmm the prwnU of tho Itnletwier until He WNa offenil n aaeri fln for our rlna Pen Ill IS I pat b II Pet III 81 710 ADd they dull oat the llenh Iu that dlght roast with Are and unleaveu wl bred and with bitter lierlm they abil rat II The Uottl brine m rinkl l tine two tide posts apt on hi upier 0Ilourpat they were theN to iltiuce of llw whole lamb buniltuc with fire that whir h Orrthey ate tbe lamb together The roast lag with Are Indkatetl tbe lulTerlnKi of Chrlt by whlclt He waa pn arwl to bo our life this ttHleaveneil lirJ HicnlfiM that we moat IIiII away all evil In order to feel upon Him for Ieven U alwaya n rytnhol of roil The bitter huertm tw that we muit lie willlMc to Moan xis Him for It la chvii unto IM au to do 1hll 2 III 10 IMS N1in Iam thin blood I will pew over you ThM wan the great dif ference that night Homo hou en were sprinkled with the Uooil of the Ia over lamas Bpd ntae wore not and wherever them was no blood there was doath the death of tilt finttxtrti Hnt whore there had already lean death tin death of the lamli tliere was no death of the firnt born It U tilt blood that makotti nn atonement for the Raul and without hedJine of blood then In no retnlnlnn Ina t Uv xvll 11 Heli Ix 2 In Him we here rtxlemptl n by Ilia pool and the redeemed In glary shag Thou hat reileemeil us to Cod by Thy blood Kpb 7 Itev r 01 The first torn In every house where till blood wait tprinklrd wni perfectly safe whether they ids quiet about It or not fur Mfety doe not depend tiK n a mirnnee but be Inc cafe nwiiranco Is our privilege and l oace anil toy will be ours It we only believe God Horn xv 131 They nto with loins girded ahotll on and stuff In hand ready to depart So we ore taught to be ever ready for our exodus M in Seven days hall ye eat un leavened bread Compare with these two verses verses 1820nnd note the rep olltlon of the statement that whoever should eat anything leavened would bo rut off from Israel In Ixv II 11 leaven wan forbidden to lie offered with any Meriflco and In the teaching of our Loni JUI lie rvpentetUjr warned the disciples to beware if the liniven of the Pharisees and of the Saddueeos and of Herod In ale paMflgo where Christ U called Our 1ainwver wo on exhorted to keep the feant not with the leaven of malice mud wIckeilnoiM but with the nnlonvcned broad of sincerity and truth I Cor r 7 S In Irv VII 13 and xxlll 17 there Is n command to offer lotiven but In each rate It wni to represent tho evil that was In the offerer The lint was n thankx KlvliiR ofTeriiiR and U explnlned by Amos Iv iOITer n norrilliv of tlmnkuKlvIni with leaven for this likcth you Tho other wait typical of the evil that found Its way Into the gathering of believers at Pentecost The passage that Is most inlmindorstooil and perverted concerning leaven Is Math sill which U goner ally taken to menu that the gospel will gradually nil the world whereas In the light of the whole discourse In that clap ter It plainly teaches that In this age of tho mystery of till kingdom verso 11 the woman the church will corrupt her food till all Khali be corrupted See II Tim III 15 13 4 ns n comment 10 17 No manner of work shall be done In them This and similar state ments concerning the feasts of the Lord and the holy days of Israel seen to me to have their spiritual application set forth In Huh Iv 10 with Kpli II 8 0 llntn Iv T Phil 13 and nimiliir puts sages The redemption of Israel was wholly of God us also Is our redemption Ills work not ours gives peace So also the dally life must be wholly of God As we emit the Lamb appropriate Christ Bud all that Is Ills snore fully day by day He will work In us both to will nail to do Ills good pleasure working In us that which Is WIll pleaolng In Ills sight and whatever lie may accomplish through us we shall gladly confess that It lusts been not I lint Christ not If but the gram Clod Gal II M I Cur xv 10 God Is seeking earthen resells In which lie may work unhindered all Ills pleasure It we are only wllllug and yielded lie will do It EDWARD BLAKE COLLEGE STUDENT- BY CHARLES M SHELDON Author of In Ills Steps PhilipStroogRobot ooprnrollT1AOO IN n0 UT AnVAACR rmltJSIIINO co CHICAGO CHAPTfiU I WAR about till middle of Sep ITrealist In the year The walks around the buildings at Hope college that had Ireon do ported through the minnncr vacation situIWednesday mud on every bond were evidences of the renewed life of the lioitltiitlon An express wagon drove through the big guts that opened on the college grounds and a troy who wan sitting on IlrherjlOOkll1man up n tory liiilldlng where a dozen students wore sitting on the steps Yrs this Is Itnnkin hall said thee driver In answer to a questioning look on the loyg part The toy jumped down and began feeling In ids pocket How inncli U It he said Fifty cent said the expressman- RH he poized the trunk nnd began haul IIIR It out of time end of the wagon The toy felt first Iu one pocket find then In another Ho seemed to be on the point of asking something but aa the driver throw the trunk on thin ground cud thun faced him ho took his laud out of his pocks and paid tho dollart going to help ino carry the trunk up stairs My room Is up two flights Charge yon 10 cents said time lrlv cr pausing a minute with ono toot on- t the wagon step Tho toys band went down Into his pocket again and his fare flushed deeply under n heavy tan color Ho muttered something about getting the trunk up alone and the expressman In stoutly mounted his seat and drove ofT The lay turned around and faced the crowd on till steps awkwardly Well frenhle sold ono of tho group so youve arrived like the ele trullkI slowly while his face flushed again as It hud before In this the monkey cage to the cirrus flood for you cried n boy with a tennis racket aa lie jumped to his feet ofhwho had njraken first and stared at the new lay with some intoner Say continued the boy with the racket Ill help you entry your trunk up stairs Now then fellows give us room according to our strength The owner of time trunk looked sur prised but ho accepted time help with thanks and after a heavy tug up stairs tho trunk was landed safe in the room Tho boy who bad helped sat down on top of the trunk anti exclaimed What you got IIIIU In wlmtr In here ho replied kicking his heels against tho newcomers property The other toy colored again and aft or a little hesitation bo said Theres some IxxjkR at the bottom Good place for cm too remarked time other Wish some of inlou wero thereThere was an awkward silence which the new boy broke by looking arounil the room nnd finally rising to open a closet door to look III Whero you from New York or Chi sago or London asked the boy on the trunk as be stared good naturedly at the other Im from Randall and my namo IB Edward Blake Interrupted the oth or reading tho name front a card tack ed on tho top of time trunk Fresh man Yes Are your No Once Is enough said time oth rr getting off tho trunk and walking over to the window Im a poor soph omore now Nothing to do but play tennis ami flunk Are you coming Into time club I dont know said the new boy slowly He began to unstrap ids trunk looking curiously ns lie did so at the other student There was something quite unusual to Ills mind In a sopho more taking such an Interest In n fresh man It was contrary to all college habits be hind ever beard of and It made him feel shy and ill at else The boy at tho window turned around mill looked earnestly at Ed ward Illnke You neednt be afraid of me If I am n sophomore wont bite you Im not afraid of you or anybody replied Kdwartl Ulako quietly Well thats what I like you for I guess That was n good ono you gave Ilnnkln about the monkey cage He thinks boeauso his father gave this old hall to the college that he owns the whole concern Edward Blake listened wimps Ing at his trunk straps When workI unlocked the trunk lie did not however Bud the boy by tho window noticed the Fame hesitating look he lord seen onco or twice before Veil I must be going Uy time way I forgot to tell you my name or else yon forgot to ask It Im Willis Pres ton Anything I coil do for you let mo know 1 room just over you hal above Youll probably Lear from me moro or less whether you return my call or not r ITe grinned as he walked toward tbo door lint there was nothing malicious III the look Bud Edward Illnke gravely thanked him for his offer They were still stunting In tho same position looking at each other Illakb with one hand on the cover of his trunk as If be Intended to open It ns soon ns his visitor was gone when an event occurred that some people would say could only happen In a story but never In real life However much truth tliere nay be In till old Kaylnf that truth Itself Is stranger than tic tlon It is certainly true that In the lives of us all certain tragedies have come at unexpected moments In ways that have definitely changed not only the entire course of our own lives but that of very many others ns well It is certain that tills event in the life of Edward Illnke totally unexpected and tragic as It was affected In ways bo could not understand lioth his own life and that of the young man he was fac lug Some one down stairs hind naked a question of a student going through the hall rand the next moment n mss senger troy appeared nt the door of Edward Itlakes room Which of you U Edward Blake lie asked as be stepped Into the doorway Ive gut n telegram for him I am said Illakc quietly He open ed the envelope and Willis Preston for dome reason paused on his way out As the new boy rend the message Preston knew at once that tile news was very serious My father Is dead Killed In nn ac cident Come home Ho rend the message mechanically aloud He was so dazed by It and tho other student was so startled that nil ther of them heard a rush of footsteps up time stirs The crowd outdoors lied come up to see the newcomer Bud guy him a little under the lend of Itankfu who wanted to get even with the fresblo for his remark They were met nt the door by Pres ton who simply said with an under standing of what was fitting that would Lave done credit to n much old er person Follows go away Hd has just had terrible news from home Ills father has been kilted In nn accident Edward Hlake sitting down In that little room with his head In Ids lands overwhelmed by tho news feeling the whole universe slipping around him not able to grasp the meaning of the unexpected event In his young life had nevertheless n vague fueling of thank fulness to the troy whom he hind known only a few moments Time crowd In stantly hushed A few curious but sympathetic faces appeared at the dour and looked at the figure of the new boy ns he sat there The sacredness of n My father is dead great trouble Invested him with the garment of majesty Willis Preston went up to him Bud laid n hand gently on his shoulder This Is dreadful news for you Lot me do anything I can to help you In any way Blake looked up still too dazed to ppeak Time messenger boy who had been leaning against the trunk suddenly spoke up- Theres 15 cents charges on the tele gram This Is outside city limits Blake made n movement to put his hand Into his pocket but Preston at onco paid the boy CUll you sign the book he said bringing it to Hlake and giving him a pencil Ho signed It and Preston noticed that his hand did not tremble The boy took his book and went out Now of course you will want to take your trunk back with you Ill tlx It for your Say fellows some ono rundown and get Logan to take the trunk right down to time station Meanwhile ho busied himself strapping up the trunk Edward Blake look ed on for a moment In silence Sud only he rose and went over to tho window nUll Preston heard n sob and time words Mother Fretda The tears came Into his eyes aa he pretended to arrange something about the trunk amid thou he straightened up and went over to the other Its terrible for you Your mother- I have a mother and slater at home dontjilie walked over to his trunk and sat on It still sobbing Preston look ed on unable to say n word Ono of the other lays appeared at the doorway and said Lognn would be up III n few moments You neednt worry about the trunk itIcatch the 4 oclock In time Hlake rose ngaln and walked over to the window Suddenly he turned acquaintIcontrast with his blanched look when the news came I havent a cent with me to buy a ticket or- Thatll nil right exclaimed Preston with a sigh of relief to think ho could do something Ill lend you all you want And then to his great relief Logan till man of all work about the college came up and helped him get the trunk down stairs Blake fol lowed mechanically till crowd about the hall looking on gravely Ill go down with you rued help you off We might as well ride with Lo gall salt Preston anti he and Hlake gut Into the wagon cud rude out of the college grounds together Down at the station Preston bought Blokes ticket checked the trunk and telegraphed the mother that her son was on the WilY When the train came In he saw Blake on board and as It started ho waved his hand sympathet ically to the sorrowful figure by time window As he turned away to walk- up College hill he said to himself Wonder how I would feel to get word of my fathers tenth like that ills face had a curious look on It as he thought of the possibility When he returned to the hnll he was unusually serious and It was many n tiny before he could dismiss from his mind the tragic event In the other boys life and yet not even then did he realize the meaning of It all or Its bearing upon his own life In lope college Edward Illnke went home and the next few days were filled with grave experience for him He wds 19 years old Ills mother and sister were all the family left time sister two years younger than be Edwards father had been a thrifty careful fanner who lad passed through all time experi ences of deep poverty struggles to pay Interest sickness mud the loss of two younger children But this last year matters lad turned toward a more hopeful future For two seasons the crops hall bleu so heavy mad prices so good tint for almost time first time In his life the sturdy fanner felt able to send one of leis children to college anti after long planning time boys trunk was packed with many n carefully mended and made over garment that mother and sister hind worked over while the tents fell on the garments as they worked And one reason why Edward Blake hull hesitated to open his trunk in the presence of a stranger was not because he was ashamed of the homely clothing packed Into It but because with a delicacy of feeling that marked a really poetical temperament ho shrank from showing others the contents of n trunk Into which hind gone such a lavish display of affection pitifully bestowed on the best they could afford at home When he entered the college grounds that afternoon anticipating his coming college life with the keenest pleasure this young man from the hurnblo farm at Handall had only CO cents In money After he had paid the expressman and turned around to face tho group of careless students sitting on the steps of the dormitory he had realized that ho was absolutely without n cent thrown upon his own resources for making his way through a four years college course unless his father could advance him a little help It had not been hla fathers wish that Edward should start for college until certain money due from the sale of gratin could be put Into his hands This money was promised him by his father and would meet his Immediate expenses for n few weeks But It was with the definite knowledge that he was on the whole to depend on his own struggles that he had ventured to start and begin his college life ready to do any honest work he could find In order to pay his way Ills room had been already reserved for him according to the custom prevailing nt Hope college He hud great hopes of finding plenty of work In the neighborhood of the college and no boy or girl of the hundreds that came up College hill that September afternoon hull a more courageous or sanguine heart than Edward Blake The event of his fathers sudden death changed In n second tho boys programme of life He found himself at once the only support of the family and during time weeks Immediately following his homecoming he simply lie cepted the situation as meaning for hint the giving up forever of all his am bit lOlls for an education Ho had talk ed the matter over with his mother and sister and there seemed no way open nnd nothing to bo done but to go on with tine farm work and give up the college course altogether That was a month after his fathers death Three mouths afterward at Christmas time as ho was at work In time barn mending some harness Ed ward Illnke hind a new Idea come to blm He lad brooded over the break Ing up of his ambitions and lied grown not only more serious but moro gloomy ns winter went on He suddenly rose to his feet on this particular afternoon and throwing the harness down on time floor IfD went Into the house Ills mother and sister were nt work there Freeda preparing to get time evening mealMother said Edward as he camo In I want to talk with you and Free da about going to college Ills mother paused In tho work sho was doing and looked at him In aston ishment It was the first time he hud uttered a word since his fathers death about college She had taken for grant cd as he had tint the college life was a thing not to be thought of any snore I didnt menu about going myself continued Edward slowly while Ills face which was somewhat dull In re pose lighted tip almost Inuidftonuly with n smile nut whats the reason Freeda cant or Freeda who was holding a teacup almost dropped It on the stove she was so startled by the unexpected proposi iou Hut how can I spare Freodn from the house I need her to help about the milk nnd latter and all tbe work Of course said Breeds emphatical ly Its out of the question Ned Its foolish to think of It Nevertheless her brother noticed an excitement In her manner that was not nil negative Its not Impossible Freeda said Edward doggedly Now of course Its out of the question for me to think of going nut mother had that letter from Uncle Will the other day In which he spoke of the probability that he and aunt would come out lucre this winter If they should come aunt could help mother lust as well ns you do We dont know that they will conic said Mrs Blake looking doubtfully nt the children She was going over the long last talk she had hind with her husband In which they lad both ex pressed n great desire that their chil dren might have a college training TO BE CONTINUED Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Tenons who board themselves can ppenil M much or little aa they choose oh living expenses It py to have a little extra money for lectures bookt snd other things But the necessary expenws are only IU follows To the first tiny IAMKH CALL HALL School flncMentnl Fee f 110 U tO Kx nosttalFee Spens hook etc about 2 00 2 Ulicml Deposit 100 100 Itoom 2 ro Fuel and 111R W Kent of sundry ill Flat Mouths Hoard a 00 W 1fixpease rlInlr j lCKliinfiiK M Mo foal 00 i 09 Beginning UIo Ilnnnl M 71 mm Oenl Deposit returned I 00 00 Total I Ipensr12 Week 27 73 87 75 For those below A Grammar deduct the ti for books all from Incidental fte making the toUl only 88175 When four girls room together each sexes f on room and ttor more on fuel making the total only 83175 If clawed below A Grammar Fuel is M cents more III Winter and cents ten In Spring term Two room for housekeeping with stores etc can usually be rented for from fl to H a term The price of n big calf a little tanlmrk or n few humecpnn bed corer will given term of school which will chugs utioa whole life for the better This Will save your Life useDrFor Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure DruggletABSOLUTELY CURES BronchitisWhooping Affection of the Throat and Lungs FREERegular IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Anyone fending a eketcb and description ma inventionleprobablypatentable CoramiMlcn au lion trtctlyconadentialIIandbokonta iota sent tree conrlnEpatei t Patents takentrough Munn A reielre rpcciol notice without chatvo In the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Ijircest cir culation of any denude Journal Terms 13 a newdeaieraSUN BUY THE N IGf 4rSEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived those who ad vertise a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This kInd of II muchlno 0111 be bought from usornny ofour dealers from u150oto41800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength 01 weakness of Double Feed combined with othvi strong points makes tho Xcw Ionictime best Sewing Machine to buy ill lY dlrnro innuufucturomiil prices buloropurchiuluy THE NEW HOME SEWING MAGHRIB CO OHANQC H Union Sq N Y Chicago III Atlanta Un 3L LouUMo J imaToxNanynuneisooUi FOR SALE BY SISCO GO NIcbolasYille Ky ITHECITIZENBEREA KYDECEMBER 12 1901 nn SOME OF RUMS DANGERS TonOpner ta Trnnmnlt Pnnnlnn For Drink n Mrtinrc to Mankind It Is nwillcss to enter Into details to the consequences entailed by over Indulgence In the use of alcohol Most of us ore fnuilllnr with cases of rulnet lives nnd wretched homes ns the re silt of the fatal linlilt mill It Is t ecoin Ing more and more common snys the Westminster Review Mental worry overwork health want of sulliclcn nourlslnneiit and clothing tenth to swol the number of chronic nlcohollsU and the habit so easily acquired la extremely dllllcult to relinquish The real danger to the race however lies In the tact that tho great majority of Inebriates need no Inccn tlve to acquire the habit They are born with tho tendency amid It Is to this CRUse chlelly that we must ascribe the Increase In the number of deaths train chronic nlcohollsm during the last twentythree years A reference to the tnblo of statistics shows that In 1875 twentyseven persons In a million tiled as the result of chronic alcohol ism In 1SOS these figures hind more than doubled themselves the number then being returned as sixtylive In a million of population The following quotations point to the conclusion arrived at by some of the most eminent men of tho day Heredity as a causation Is estlmat ed to be present in nearly CO per cent of all cases of chronic alcoholism There are not a few human beings so saturated with the taint of alcoholic heredity that they could ns soon turn back a lowing river from the sea as arrest the march of an attack of al coholism Much that has been said respecting Insanity applies equally to inebriety Iloth belong to time group of diseases of tho nervous system showing a mark ed tendency to degeneration and both are liable to be transmitted heredi tartly NOT MRS NATION BUT A Pathetic Incident Thnt Took Place In n Hotel Ilarroom I am not Mrs Nation I have no hatchet I am not crazy These words came from the lips of a Lewes woman ns sine met her husband face to face in a hotel barroom the other evening says the Lewes Pilot They were directed to the bartender and the loungers as the former handed the womans husband a glass of whis ky She continued That man lies not done a days work this winter and I am worn out trying to support him and the rest of the family I want to know If some thing cannot be done to keep him from destroying his own life and starving his family The woman was thin and pale Her lips quivered as she spoke Her frail body could hardly stand the strain of the unfamiliar environment As she finished the little girl by her side burst Into tears The bartender took back the whisky The abashed husband stood with bowed head One by one the loungers left the room Presently the bartender gazing at the poor wom an solemnly vowel that tho man should not drink nt his bar again It was a pathetic scene It was the last resort of n desperate woman As mho left the hotel with her husband and the little girl there was a lesson too painful for may pen to picture A Faulty Candidate A young man who had failed In his examination for admission to the ma rlno corps appealed to Secretary Long hoping he might In some way secure the coveted position Tho secretary said to him How do you expect to get along In the world when you smoke so many cigarettes Your clothes are saturated with their odor Pull off your glove and let me see your fingers There sec how yellow they arc While IJio young man was collecting himself to make reply the secretary asked him If ho drank Once in awhile was his answer It Is enough to say that tho young man tailed to secure his longed for position Antlsaloon Herald Effect of flume Law Time Raines law of New York state during the four and a half years of Its existence has brought nbout a decrease of 0307 In tho places where liquor Is sold and a decrease In the number of arrests for drunkenness of from one In trine of the population to one in twelve A Tnmhler of Claret friend in the loneliest hours a companion celled the red wine And SMMtiim I poetized slightly and called It a netUr divine Hut parkledndasked Itl What hate you done for me that any true friend would have done You have given me tome pleasant feellnfft but painYoure reedy to do It again You act my blood leaping and bounding which though pleasant Will hurtful no doubt And if keep up the acquaintance I am sure you will give me the gout I remember a certain occasion when you caused me to act like a fool And yes I remember another when you made all Into a pool And where Is Tom SmllherT You killed limit Will Howard you made a poor knave Iloth youhaveIs tide a loyal frlenda treatment and are you deeming the name Say what do you give those who love you but poverty sorrow and shame few paltry momenta of pleasure an age of trou ble and grief No wondtr you bluth In the sunlight you robber you liar you thief Ill lure nothing more to do with you from this moment thus hour this day To send you adrift tag and baggage know If tho only safe way And I pouredItAnd all this you see waa accomplished by lust a few moments of thought Ells Wheeler WIlcox In Father Mathew Herald Correspondence Madison County Peytontown Rev S Blytho of Richmond pass ed through hero Monday on his way homo from his Sunday appointment at Maupiu TownHoward Tribblo spent Saturday night and Sunday with James BurnamBurnam eC Co have a largo contract of wirofonc big to put up for Dr W L Hocka day of RichmondMrs Mary A Tevis of Silver Creek was in town Sunday Miss Mary V White is agent for the life of the lato Presi dent McKinloy and other good books Rev S M Watts preached hero Sunday for the benefit of our Sunday school We had a fine congregation Sundayschool is the best training ground for young preachers deacons and good citizens a Owsley County Island City Tie hauling is the leading occupa lion of our farmers just now After considerable delay our school teachers have received mho second 20 per cent of their wages and are thankful The schools taught by P M Fryo and J Leonard Peters closed Dec GP D Smiths schoolwill closo in a short time when he and some of his pupils will go to BoreaRovW D Smith was with us recently representing THE CITIZEN He secured 18 sub scribers for this postomceQuite a number of the girls and boys of this neighborhood will bo in school at Be rea this winterBrother W D Smith while hero preached for us His sermon was practical and instruc tivn and very highly appreciated Mason County Maysville Mrs Mahala Gaskins an old and respectedcitizen of Fleming County died at her home in Flemingsburg Friday Dec She was loved and cherished by all who know herRow- P McFarland preached at tho First Baptist Church Sunday morning They will havo regular Sunday school hereafter at this church Miss Jennie Moore teacher of Aber deen is quite ill at the home of Dr Harrington on Second StMiss tfannio Wood has returned homo rom an extended visit to relatives in Leosburg Miss Mary Cass teacher of the intermediate department of the High School is quite ill Miss Mary Stevens is substituting We hope for her speedy recovery Miss Maria Seymour is critically ill at the home of her uncle on E Sixth St Any at tention that she may receive from her friends will be greatly appreciated Thomas Brown of Omaha Neb is hero on a visit to his mother and jrandmolher The intermediate do partment and second primary of tho Public School are preparing to give a rhetorical exercise about Dec 20 Rockcastle County Scaffold Cane Mrs J Murray and daughter of Richmond spent Thanksgiving with Mrs J S Gadd Matt Grinstead has rented and moved to the farm of C M See Mr See expects to live in- DerenH E Gadd is building a nice house near his fathers placeWe all feel much sympathy with our teacher Miss Fannie Culton because of the loath of her mother Tho article in the School Column last week Sun dayschool and Primary Work by Mrs Stella Blazer was a splendid article and worth keeping Rockford Postmaster Todd of Rockford will for the next Iii days givo a years subscription to TUG CITIZEN for 2 dozen fresh eggs Bring on your eggs and got the heat paper in the State Lambert A Cope are sawing quite a lot of lumber for J W ToddAlox Saylor has sold his farm on Round stone to J R McCollum and is mov ing to Clear Creek John Holumn and family are moving to Clear Creek James Kain has traded his farm Cora cow and torso Quito a number of residents on Little Clear Creek are moving or intend to do so- DIaputantn G W Purkoy our enterprising merchant has just returned from a trading trip to RichmondW C Ogg one of our best farmers was in Borea on business last week Guy Purkoy brother of our postmaster has returned homo to Jackson County Several of our young folks attend ed tho closing exorcises of Miss Lakes school and report a fine titnoJ C Wood has bought a pair of felt boots to wear logging this winter Corn gathering is about done hero Corn is selling at S3 a barrelS Moore of Clear Creek has made his wife a present of a now sidesaddle from Purkoys storeTho boys are having lots of fun possum hunting Hurrah for TUB CITIZEN W A Bowles of Richmond was hero on business re cently Willie Long of Do Sota la is hero on a visit to his uncle Mason AnglinMr Evans of Tuscola Ill has born herb looking for a location Sheila Fuqua of Clark Jefferson County has moved back to his old place on Big Hill Livingston- Mr Mat Ballard our County School Supt is still on the sick list his place as principal in the school is being filled by Mrs Laura Jones Mrs Dr Cooper and little son Archin are visiting Mrs Coopers mother at Crab Orchard Mrs Walker Mrs Wados mother has just returned home after an extended visit to our little townThero was an alarm of fire in town Sunday morning it was discovered to bo tho Pump House a bursted boiler was tho cause tho houso was completely destroyed loss to tho railroad about OMrs Merimee was quito ill for a few days last week but is improving rapidly at present Little Georgo Sambrooks after suffering untold pain has had his leg amputated and is on tho road to recovery Mr Rube Mullins is having quito a nice resilience built on a lot joining Mr John Mullius Old Santa Claus is beginning to peep out of the windows at us and his face has a most promising lookTho Chris than Church has secured Roy Dick son of Morehead for their pastor for tho coming year Master Fred Mori moo is sick Dr Childress is in attendance FOR SALEThe most complete outfit of blacksmith tools in Central Kentucky CHEAP for CASH Call on Bicknoll et Early COIKJIIS AM COLDS IN CIIIImtKN llrroinmcnilntlnn of n Well Known Chi ergo Ilirnlrlail I use and proscribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obsti nate constricted coughs with direct results I proscribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend It to all in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial af flictions It is nonnarcotic and safe in the hands of the most unprofes aloud A universal panacea for all mankind Mns MARY R MELENDV M D Ph D Chicago 111 This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Your Opportunity IS AT HAND DO NOT TURN AWAY FROM SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY Read every word of this adv and then act THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN Will distribute absolutely free among its subscribers old and now just before Christmas S3CXOOO IN PRESENTS Gifts include pianos 10 organs 10 sowing machines 5 Appolo self piano players 6 cooking ranges 4 Dockash heaters 10 graphophonos com photo over 100 fine musical instruments seal coat bicycle furs fine milli nery clothing beautiful oil paintings 10 gold watches portraits razors cutlery cameras and hundreds of other high class presents Send a postal card for complete list of gifts anti all conditions governing tho Great Distribution Remember the cost is absolutely nothing to old- and now subscribers of TilE WEEKLY INTEII OCEAN Th yeareestimates in this contrast free Remit direct to TilE CITIZEN Beroa Ky t THE HOME When Mr Hamilton Mnbio was visiting at Boron ho said that tho day had comn whoa not only a good heart a good mind a good diameter and a willingness to work wore required of tho man who would bo successful but that he also nee eti training Men arc trained for their work and ought not young women also to ho trained for the work which hoy are to do in tho world t The homes ofa nation make up its foundation and time training of tho homokeeper decides tho kind of homo which she will have and how well she will keep tip her part of tho foundation This training need not necessarily bo obtained in school though in schools whore domestic science is taught more ran ho loarmxl in a short timo because of tho com pleteness of equipment and advan donllhutTho training of girls in the art of homokcoping can bo begun early ago A mother can take nrlllll1- hlgn of tho first attempts of her child to mako doll clothes and by a CIIWI simple suggestions help her to prove thom thus lending her on to were perfect sowing In tho minnie way hor desire to play nt cooking anl bo utilized for au early losson in till preparation of sane simple homo dish This may seem impossible loItho busy mother who could do it self moro quickly but tho child must learn somotmo and tho mother wino refuses tho help of time small child tray find tho child unwilling to work when culled upon later All girls desire to succeed in their profession and to succeed in homir keeping moans a grant deal It moans more than sweeping washing andcooking It moans swooping and washing in tho best possible wry and cooking not only for well but for sick people cooking in a way to gut the most nourishment from time food and to mako it most attractive ItI menus spending monoy wisely IhatI is for food which will lost build up the body It mucus tho ability to caw for tho sick and to prevent dis ease in tho homo It moans tho plan ning and making of clothing for thoI family Any ono with n little knowledge oCI sowing nice now cloth and gO pattern can mako a garment but it takes bruins and training to mako Jano a now dress from tier big sisters old ono It is the sumo with cooking Ono woods training to uso up every littlo bit of fowl to mnko attractive appetizing dishes from simple inex pensive materials Lot overt girl get this training somehow in school if she can but certainly In her own home Prom timo to timo there will appear in this column suggestions to homo keepers and to girls who are now getting their training Those will include simple rccipos a litIallo di rections for the making of clothing both for childron and grown pooplo CAUOMNE K ALMT A Deep Mystery It ia a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spoils when thousand have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suf fered for years with kidnoy trouble writes Mrs Phobo Chorloy of Potor son Ia and a lame hack painod mo so I could not dress myself but Elec tric Bitters wholly cured mo and although 78 years old 1 now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipation improves up petite gives perfect health Only ftOc at all drugstores THE FARM Billed by S n MAMvIrnfeaa r lit Horti culture Here cull PITHY POINTS ON POULTRY When n lion hills n fiery red comb you nutty expect eggs it is their sign of eggs for stile A pitio comb is not u sign of disease as many mippose but moroly that eggs are tint kept in stock for delivery nt presente1 pale comb accompanies disoaso but is not n roliablo indication thereof It his boon demonstrated that if ono lock during tho winter ho fod with warn grains till another with cold that the former will produco during tho poason snore than twice tho number of eggs as tho other and will ho anon much finer in appear mice There are two extremes You cannot lot your poultry roast in Irrsi- n winter nor can you stud them up in overcrow dcxl houses and thin ox poet success Success does not lie along either of these routes Small dirty eggs are not fit to send to market us they lower ho pricillor tho whole case if those bo n hwou of them put In limn price for ho whole is rondo by that ono dozen ind it reacts on time whole of tho oggs that tiro sent from that place If tho nitrket calls for n largo brown shell Leghorn egg furnish that kind Find out what your market tills for iitul punish it dont oxpoot to gut tho isuit prico if you dont furnish the best goods A poultrynmn near Dourer his iron oxHrinienting on tho bviiolitn of ground bole as an egg producing foal while on other poultry ho tiled ground oyster shells purchnwl from lyster houses Tho fowls that rwolv ed bono jiioiil hive a much finur lumage mitt morn vigorous and stool tho winter hotter than hinds ivithout IKJIIO monl Counting IXHIO cents n KHiud mind shells at 2 rent thu lions with homo moro than loubledin value of eggs either thoe orIIholl or nothing Which is tho moro profitable to teal wlitmt or brunt Will It pay to sell till nth wit and buy brawl Tho outer layers of wheat from which iron is obtained contain n great dual of protein which produces musclo jlood 110110010 There it no doubt that bran in most instance is the moro economical food Tho question arises how to food bran to poultry Shall wo food it dry or scald itt Both methods are advocated Wo fonerally sushi it Wo lake an old iron pot put in throo quarts of iron ono third oCR quart of Iinsee oil meal and n little salt pour on boiling water mind stir it thoroughly un tll it bfcomoa tho conslstoncy of ordi nary mush Tnko two pioctw of cnutling and nail on two hoards shale the inner odgo to that of tho kettle sot tho frnmo in HOIIIO corner of tho poultry boast mud thou sot tho pat with its warm contents into it Mi lied this method of feeding bran imfontblo to dishing it out ou hoards or into troughs Also during tho told weather the feud will stay warm for several hours in this pot Tho helms Himply walk up nnd hole them selves Tho quantity named is for 100 lions per day It in about they care to tint of this kind of food Some days tho pot is empty ln fore dinner while at other Union it is not iltfimed out till IICtornoonTlu lie 1pfuf J1m 11 T Mclntvro St Paul Minn who has boon troubled with n disor lured stomach says Chamberlains Stomachold Liver Tablets do mo moro Hood than anything I have over taken For sale by S E Wolch Jr u BEREA COLLEGE Founded iese Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over ao TouchorH 800 Students from 2O States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpontrjr Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tujjlcicntly advanced to gtt a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young mon and Domestic science for young lades Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy COUTHO Four years fitting for College fry business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to all who will holp themselves toward a Christina edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction mid must also pay for board in advance Expenses for torn 12 weeks may bo brought within 2400 about 14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Method eta Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Doroa Madison Co Ky h THE SCHOOL A TALK WITH THE TEACHER lly President Xro l rMy dear young Friend You are just completing n terms touching in the pnblio free schools Doubtless you are some what lined of tho confinement mitt disoouragIIllparents in your district nUll tho neg ligence of tho trustees to do their full duly by tho school On time oilier linntl I hope you are fooling some of limo rewards for your work You havo leaned to love HOIIIO of tho children ami to watch their advancement with great interest and pleasure I wish to suggest that you should now sit down nnd think over tour terms work mind write down a list of tho things in which you could im prove yourself if you were to tlo it over In tho lISt place if you over toach mother school will you innnngo the IniBtwH hotter by making them un dcrtand what the law requires and fowl their responsibility from time out set so they will do their unit to in sure Hticcoss In time second place would you do more another year in the way of in vitiug parents ami urging thorn to wind their children nt time beginning of time term t As you think it over is it not true that every call you Imv6 mule Ux n tho parent lies IMWII profitable to thorn to you and to their childnniT Perhaps you know how to make calls through time district holler thin you did at time begin ning of tho turns You muni wrlnin ly rmnomlxr this you are not going lo do much Hood to tho children who do not attorn school smith no school in a micetmti that does not have u largo ittoudanco Again hive you discovered in your jxKiritiico this fall semi now ways of nuking time pupils Interwttid in their work You know very will that some jf thorn have boon diligent happy and busy while othorn tiara IMMW lull nnd shirking It would pry for you to think over your pupils one jy ono cut try to think of time its ions that have made those diffcrencou wlwoen thorn PorhnpH a part of tho IKWOII lay with yourself Is it not true that you somotlmra spoke nn on jouraging word to n pupil out of school that did him break Did you not wake up sonic pupils by loaning hem hooks or explaining the rending lessons showing horn thn advantage that would conic from tho history uithmotic anti geography they worn Undying And now you want to Iwgin at ouco your preparation for next year no that you can touch n hotter school luau over before Perhaps you are lilnnnini to go to school yourself thus winter anti loam tutu larger timings which will holp yon as a Kmclicr mind iis n man or woman You can learn thh winter how to slog anti load tho children in simple songs which will idtl n gnat deal to the life and pleasure of the schoolroom You can lioar Fomti good lectures and sermons ivhich you can yourself in n way ro pent in your own schoolhoiiso iinoth er year There is ono thing in particular which I would advise Gilt n mini lx r of stout envelopes and begin to save newspaper clippings that will bo helpful to you in your work ns n lonelier You cannot at once have a largo library but you can have n number of envelopes full of vnhmblo Information Those you would clip frond Tun CITIZEN alone would soon innku you rich Have ono envelope In which you put pieces which you wish your students to use in thin ox liibilion next year Have another unvfllnpo in which you will put stories and anecdotes which you will loll to your scholars in order to teach them tho ini orlanco of good man hors mad chnracler Have another envelope on methods of teaching amid perhaps another on miscellaneous topics and so keep watch over all thin winter mill spring whichwill make you a hotter teacher next year halloMriiouftiuiilH Sent Into Every year a largo number of poor uilTorers whoso lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly mend not always sure Dont bo nn exile whoa Dr Kings Now Dis covery for Consumption will cure you at home Its tho most infallinblo nodicino for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung diseases on earth Thin first lose brings relief Astounding cures result from persistent use frinl bottles free at nil druggists Price fiOc and il Every bottle guaranteed